This is again a book I only got for the purpose of a blog tour - that was happening ages ago, and I simply couldn't make it. This time my sorry goes to (along with the author, of course) The Write Reads gang. Guys, I didn't mean to let you down. (Especially since this is not the only tour I abandoned...) I've been VERY irresponsible this past year, and I know that out of a sudden you couldn't count on me anymore. I apologize. I'm about to make up for it this year. Let's see my review of 'A Different Time' by Michael K. Hill!
Music, history and a hint of magic... what more can a novel have? That's the dream, at least for me. (Well, mystery is my other soft spot, but one can't have everything, right?) That's why I agreed to be part of the blog tour for "Song for a Lost Kingdom" about a year ago, and as I expected, I ended up loving it! (You can read my review if you click on the title!) Today, I'm here to share the sequel with you, a book that I have waited for ever since I've finished the first one.
'Burden of Truth' is the sequel to the book ('After the Green Withered') we had featured in the gigantic blog tour that ended last week . I knew I shouldn't have (my tbr is slowly drowning me as it is...you're probably familiar with the situation), but I couldn't resist to get it and read it right after the first book. And you know what? I don't regret it. This book blew my mind!
I'm so excited to be involved in this huge, never-before-on-Earth-happened book blog tour! When Dave first asked me if I thought it was possible or not (he asked many, and though most people loved the idea, of course there were a couple of non-believers, as always), I immediately became very jumpy! Enthusiasm is not beginning to describe what I felt... yeah, it was about to be a long shot. But it was so worth a try, and I'm so glad we're doing it! And after all, so many people, so many bloggers have got on board! My heart is full, guys. This is such a great community we have here! But enough about the tour... let's talk about the book in question! After all, that is what this is all about.
'The Dreamers' is a book that I'd already read a lot of reviews about when I started reading - and they were very different ones! I was very interested in what this novel was going to be like. Many people loved it, but also many people said they expected something better. Finally, I read it, too, and here is my review!